Nolan Arenado wants to play baseball, and he's not alone.
The Colorado Rockies All-Star third baseman voiced his conditional support for the reported plan to host the entire MLB season in Arizona without fans in attendance.
"If it's safe, I'm in," Arenado said, according to Patrick Saunders of The Denver Post. "I believe these ideas wouldn't be thrown around if it wasn't approved or (can't) be (approved). I want to get back out there and play."
The reported proposal involves a theoretical Opening Day in May with games held at the Arizona Diamondbacks' home park as well as 10 ballparks typically used for Cactus League play during spring training.
"I don't have any good insight but I would be in the camp of supporting the idea," Ottavino said, according to Joel Sherman of The New York Post. "I'm sure a lot would have to go right for it to actually happen, but I'm hoping it can work because I want to play."
However, not everyone is inspired by the Arizona-exclusive proposal.
"I just want to play baseball," Jimenez said, according to Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times. "If they decide to play here (in Arizona), I'm going to enjoy it, but we want to play a normal regular season, like travel and all that. And play for our city, you know?"
This scenario faces a number of hurdles, and MLB confirmed Tuesday that a fixed site was only one of the contingencies the league and the players' association are discussing.